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Expatriate - Wikipedia
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Alternatively, when used as a verb, expatriation can mean the act of someone renouncing allegiance to their native country, as in the preamble to the United States Expatriation Act of 1868 which says, 'the right of expatriation is a natural and inherent right of all people, indispensable to the enjoyment of the rights of life , ...
Survey says: 35 percent of Americans would expatriate - ...
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Jul 1, 2015 ... While a high percentage of Americans would entertain the idea of expatriation, only .001 percent of the population actually renounced citizenship in 2014. ... For 58 percent, romantic and family ties were cited important reasons for anchoring in the U.S., while 22 percent cited democratic society and only 2 ...
Expatriates in the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia
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Most expatriates in the United Arab Emirates reside in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. A number of expatriates settled in the country prior to independence. The UAE is home to over 200 nationalities. Emiratis constitute roughly 10% of the total population, making UAE home to one of the world's highest percentage of immigrants.
In Japan, Expats Divide on Whether to Stay - The Atlantic
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Mar 28, 2011 ... The disasters that devastated Japan this month quickly revealed a resilient and cohesive society coming together. People most affected waited patiently in line for small amounts of food, shopkeepers sold their last rice balls at discount prices , and ski resorts handed out clothes to those in needs.
Note to Expats: No, You Didn't Dodge the U.S. Tax Bullet
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Apr 20, 2016 ... Unfortunately, the idea that you're no longer in thrall to Uncle Sam is a myth—and only one of several misconceptions people have about the taxation of U.S. expatriates. Here are five of the most common tax myths that plague U.S. expats, explained and debunked: Myth #1: I don't live in the U.S., so I don't ...
Lost Generation - Wikipedia
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The term is also used in a broader context for the generation of young people who came of age during and shortly after World War I, alternatively known as the World War I generation. Authors William Strauss and Neil Howe, well known for their generational theory, define the Lost Generation as the cohort born from 1883 to ...
Category:Expatriates in Saudi Arabia - Wikipedia
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D. ▻ Democratic Republic of the Congo expatriates in Saudi Arabia (1 P). ▻ Djiboutian expatriates in Saudi Arabia (1 C). ▻ Dutch expatriates in Saudi Arabia (3 P) ...
Australian diaspora - Wikipedia
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The term Australian diaspora refers to the approximately 1,000,000 Australian citizens (approximately 5% of the population) who today live outside Australia. The largest percentage of Australian expats (48%) are based in Europe, and the next largest percentage (24%) are in Asia. The Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement ...
Foreigners in Korea - Wikipedia
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Following the partition of Korea in the aftermath of the Korean War, the percent of foreigners in South Korea has risen to 3.4%, or about two million of the total population (half of them Chinese, with Americans and Vietnamese tied for second place at around 150,000 or 6-7% of total). North Korea largely remains ethnically ...
Culture of the United Arab Emirates - Wikipedia
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The United Arab Emirates has a diverse society. The country's historical population as a small tribal community has been changed with the arrival of other nationals — first by the Iranians in 1810, and later by Indians and Pakistanis and other Arab countries in the 1950s and 1960s. Furthermore, the country was a part of the ...
Demographics of Thailand - Wikipedia
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The United Nations classifies Thailand as an "aging society" (one-tenth of the population above 60), on track to become an "aged society" (one-fifth of the population above 60) by 2025. The Fiscal Policy Office projects that the number of Thais aged 60-plus will increase from 14 percent in 2016 to 17.5 percent in 2020, 21.2 ...
White people in Kenya - Wikipedia
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The period saw an influx of European settlers and farmers seeking to make a fortune, most notably the British peer Lord Delamere. Many of these settlers imagined an "empty" Africa where they hoped to recreate a society that mirrored their fantasy of manorial Europe, where they would rule as lords and Africans would serve ...
Iranian diaspora - Wikipedia
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Iranians abroad or Iranian diaspora are Iranian people living outside Iran and their children born abroad. According to various sources, in 2010, there were an estimated four to five million Iranians living abroad, mostly in North America, Europe, Persian Gulf States, Turkey, Azerbaijan, Australia and the broader Middle East.
Japanese diaspora - Wikipedia
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There is a community of Japanese people in Hong Kong largely made up of expatriate businessmen. There are about 4,018 Japanese people living in India who are mostly expatriate engineers and company executives and they are based mainly in Haldia, Bangalore and Kolkata. Additionally, there are 903 Japanese ...
Japanese people in Hong Kong - Wikipedia
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Japanese people in Hong Kong consist primarily of expatriate business people and their families, along with a smaller number of single women. Their numbers are smaller when compared to the sizeable presence of American, British, and Canadian expatriates. As of 2010, 21,518 Japanese people had registered as ...

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